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MPAA Rated R for violence and language

Sex & Nudity

  • There is brief frontal male nudity when Cole appears naked on a battlefield.
  • Cole's rear end is seen twice, but both times it is when he is being washed down in a shower so it is non sexual.
  • Jeffrey pulls down his trousers and reveals his butt, and runs around. This isn't sexual either it's played for laughs.
  • No sexual content at all basically, just a bit of nudity that happens only in the first half hour of the film.

Violence & Gore

  • A man punches Kathryn in the face (we see her bloody nose in a few scenes).
  • Cole tackles a man and beats him with a phone.
  • Cole's mouth bleeds profusely in one scene. Viewers will see why in the movie.
  • Goines begins a fight at the psychiatric clinic. It is not intense, nor is there any blood.
  • A particularly intense World War I battle is shown. Explosions and gunshots are heard. A man falls to the ground facing the camera, his face covered in blood. Another man gets shot and he is shown in a stretcher, covered in blood. Another man gets shot in the leg.


  • 15 F-words and numerous other scattered profanities, use of bastard, shit, goddamn.

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Cole is on medication when he's in the psychiatric clinic. Several shots or sedatives are given to him throughout the film.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Intense.
  • The main theme of the film, a virus that is going to wipe out the population of the Earth, makes it very intense.
  • Brad Pitt's character is mentally ill. He does some hilarious things, which can lighten the mood of the story, but all in all, his character is disturbing to watch.
  • As the film progresses it gets more intense and eerie in each scene. The climax is amazingly intense.

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